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St. Rose Members Ratify New Agreement

As of their March 12 ratification vote, nearly 400 Teamsters 856 members working at St. Rose Hospital in Hayward will be united under one contract. Previously, St. Rose Teamsters had been separated into two groups – the Technical Unit, which included respiratory care practitioners, emergency room technicians, and physical therapist assistants among other patient care technicians,Read More >

856 Members Attend Young Worker Summit

Last week, Teamsters 856 members, Mariko Davis, Elena Hernandez, and Joi Razon, traveled to Chicago to take part in the Next Up Young Worker Summit along with Teamsters 856 Political Director Trish Blinstrub and Public Policy Coordinator Malia Vella. The four-day event brought together more than 1,000 union workers age 35 and under from across theRead More >

SF Zoo Members Expose Management Eavesdropping Capabilities

  Last week, Teamsters 856 confirmed that San Francisco Zoo Executive Director Tanya Peterson, and Robert Icard, Vice President of Operations, installed a feature on their portable radios that could turn any employee radio into a listening device without the employee’s knowledge. Because of the need to respond to animal emergencies, employees carry their radioRead More >

856 Members Get Out the Vote for Bonilla

Teamsters 856 members volunteered their time and efforts to get out the vote for State Senate District 7 Candidate Susan Bonilla this month. A special election was held on March 17 to fill the vacancy left by Mark DeSaulnier, who was elected to Congress. Bonilla garnered enough support to prompt a run off election inRead More >

Edgewood Workers To Get New Election

Just days after the Edgewood Center for Children and Families workers began contacting elected officials and held a speak out to expose the conditions at Edgewood, the employer agreed to enter a settlement agreement on all charges pending with the National Labor Relations Board. The NLRB approved settlement will include a 60-day posting regarding theirRead More >